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B.C.'s Oil and Gas Commissioner retiring this year

B.C.'s Oil and Gas Commissioner retiring this year

Jeakins assumed the helm in October 2011
South Peace directories of restaurants with delivery, take outs, and “drive buys" being created

South Peace directories of restaurants with delivery, take outs, and “drive buys" being created

How to get your eat on without cooking at home.
Getting healthy, naturally

Getting healthy, naturally

The last year has been a strange one.
B.C. mining innovation road map launched

B.C. mining innovation road map launched

Problems posed by mining drives high-tech sector innovation
Local hiking guide supported through Tourism Resiliency Network

Local hiking guide supported through Tourism Resiliency Network

Jocelyn McDonald utilized the B.C. Tourism Resiliency Network last year to deal with challenges brought on by the pandemic.
Peace Region Petroleum Show postponed to 2022

Peace Region Petroleum Show postponed to 2022

The Grande Prairie & District Chamber of Commerce and Grande Prairie Petroleum Association have postponed the 2021 Peace Region Petroleum Show to 2022.
PNG updating meter readers

PNG updating meter readers

Pacific Northern Gas says it will be modernizing meter reading for customers in Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, and Tumbler Ridge. The company says it will be installing automated meter reading technology to remotely read customer meters. The $4.
Construction leads northeast job losses over the last year: report

Construction leads northeast job losses over the last year: report

Northeast B.C. has seen three straight months of job growth, but worry remains about the number of losses in full-time work and the construction and goods industries, and the impact that may have on the region's post-pandemic economic recovery.
Feds approve $2.3-billion NGTL 2021 expansion

Feds approve $2.3-billion NGTL 2021 expansion

The federal government has approved NOVA Gas Transmission's $2.31-billion NGTL 2021 expansion project.
CNRL asks PRRD to reconsider well nominations

CNRL asks PRRD to reconsider well nominations

Canadian Natural Resources has asked the Peace River Regional District to reconsider its decision to decline the nomination of 1,400 wells for priority cleanup and reclamation. Board directors declined the request Sept.